Karrabing Film Collective

The Karrabing Film Collective is a grassroots Indigenous arts and film group founded in 2008, and currently based in the Top End of the Northern Territory. Using their aesthetic practices as a means of self-organization and social analysis, Karrabing develop local artistic languages, while allowing audiences to understand new forms of collective Indigenous agency. Some of their recent works are Wutharr, Saltwater Dreams (2016), Windjarrameru (The Stealing C*nt$) (2015), and When the Dogs Talked (2014). Among other venues, their films have been shown at the Countour Biennale 8 (2017), 67th Berlin International Film Festival – Berlinale, Forum Expanded (2017), documenta 14 (2017), and the Sydney Biennale (2016). The Collective consists of some 25 members.

After the Wildly Improbable

Why Are We Here Now?

Postwar Landscapes

Karrabing Film Collective: Night Time Go, film
Shahram Khosravi: Along the Rails with Travelers without Papers, lecture
Samuel Merrill: Ghost Stations, lecture
Rania Stephan: Train-Trains: Where’s the Track?, film
- After the Wildly Improbable -

Sep 15, 2017